UK Tech Track 100 And More

FREE 3GSM TICKETS!

Normally we are swamped with 3GSM tickets, but this year it seems to be a real problem. For all of you who are still on the search of a ticket, there is a solution. The nice guys at Origin made a web form that allows you to register directly for the event. See you all there!

I-PLAY AND MEF TEAM UP TO PARTY AT 3GSM

I-Play just announced it will be co-hosting the MEF party which is announced as the hottest of the week. The party will be held on Monday the 12th. At the same time, I-Play announced their CEO David Gosen will be speaking “Mobile Games – Casual or Compelling” panel on the 15th.

NOKIA N-SERIES COMPETITION

Nokia launched a development contest for its N-Series phones. The contest is about creating a new application (which can be a game) that would revolutionize the way the N-Series devices are being used. Entries are accepted until the 30th of October (which is really close). You can find the contest via this link. Select the US as your country.

I-PLAY IN TECH TRACK 100 UK

Our congratulations today go out to I-Play. They reached the 42nd position in the UK Tech Track 100 for their growth in sales between 2003 and 2005.

David Gosen, CEO of I-play, commented, “Being in the top 100 reflects our hard work and dedication to developing and publishing outstanding content for mobile. Our significant headway out in the States and our growing portfolio of mobile game franchises are major contributors to our success. And most recently a move into mobile video demonstrates another way in which we’re continuously looking at ways to leverage our internal technology and brand relationships to further build revenues.”

CTIA: IMPRESSIONS AT QB 1

QB visited CTIA and MECCA yesterday and posted their day one impressions. The first impressions are not overly enthusiastic, but still we envy the guys for being there ;-).